What are ribozymes?
Asked by Pratima | 22nd Aug, 2015, 07:18: PM
A ribozyme is a ribonucleic acid enzyme or RNA enzyme that catalyzes a chemical reaction.It is also called as catalytic RNA. Ribozymes play a role in vital reactions such as RNA splicing, transfer RNA biosynthesis, and viral replication.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 23rd Aug, 2015, 11:23: AM
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